juristic person

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juristic person

a body recognized by the law as being entitled to rights and duties in the same way as a natural or human person, the common example being a company.
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The Tourism Law defines a tourism project as any activity relating to tourism carried out by natural and juristic persons whether this is related to the utilisation and management of touristic areas and sites, or establishment of hotels, tourism villages and camps, or conducting touristic transportation or travel offices.
One of the fundamental aspects of the law was to make it possible for both natural persons and juristic persons to seek this information and relevant agencies, both private and public, have obligations to abide by time limits set by the law.
The IPO subscription is open to both Omani and non-Omani investors and juristic persons.
The IPO subscription will be open to both Omani and non-Omani investors, and juristic persons who have their accounts with the MCD as on the date and/or during the subscription period.
The effective corporate income tax (CIT) system presented in Iraq for juristic persons (except partnerships) is based on a statutory CIT rate of 15% at all income levels, with no progressive tax rate scale.
c) the properties donated to the state or to other juristic persons on the basis of some special normative acts adopted during the period March 6, 1945 - December 22, 1989, as well as other properties donated to the state, if the action for the rescission of the deed of gift or for the acknowledgement of nullity of the gift by a final and absolute judgment was admitted;
Ancient Rome authorized the existence of legal persons/entities called juristic persons. A Roman juristic person was an organization that possessed rights and duties.
* Offer open to individual investors, juristic persons and institutions within Oman, and to non-Omani investors outside of US, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Republic of Ireland and Japan
The Draft Code is not, however, so satisfactory in relation to: the creation of a category of legal persons (or 'juristic persons') which are described as not-profit-making, or as social welfare organisations (the status of which is still relatively unclear); or in clarifying the circumstances in which government departments may be considered to be legal persons.
The offering is expected to be made to The Ministry of Finance (MOF), which currently holds approximately 51.03% of THAI's total issued shares, existing shareholders of the Company (excluding the MOF), whose names appear in the share registrar book as of August 30, 2010 and retail investors who are Thai individuals residing in Thailand or juristic persons registered in Thailand and are not institutional investors along with retail investors who may also subscribe at the same price as the MOF and existing shareholders.
He also said that the centre is established to serve the AGCC citizens either they are natural or juristic persons.